Climate FieldView has added two more local partners.
Farmers can now load information from SoilOptix and A&L Laboratories into Climate FieldView and use that information to deepen their analysis with the crop production management tool.
“Our goal from a supporting farmer perspective and those who help them is about getting all their data in one spot,” said Denise Hockaday, Canada business lead, with Climate Corporation.
The company has 50 partners around the world and is adding more all the time, she said, including John Deere and CNH early on, to now building out local data partners. “We’re not going to be experts in everything.”
Farmers work through their service provider software or account in order to enable input into Climate Fieldview.
SoilOptix provides high definition soil mapping services including micro and macro nutrients and A&L Laboratories is a leading soil testing service.
Hockaday said the next stage is to add business evaluation partners so that farmers can look at profitability and performance by field.
AgCon Aerial Corporation, an Alberta aerial solutions provider was also recently added to Climate FieldView.